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Climate Strategy Consultation

Wiltshire Council Draft Climate Strategy Consultation and Natural Environment Plan

Wiltshire Council has produced two draft strategies, relating to climate change and the wider natural environment.  Our draft climate strategy which covers seven delivery themes: transport; built environment; waste; green economy; energy generation; natural environment, food and farming; and carbon neutral council.  It will help shape the next 5years of the Council’s fight against climate change.  

At the same time, we will be consulting on “Our Natural Environment Plan” – A Green and Blue Infrastructure (GBI) Strategy for Wiltshire, which looks at the future for Wiltshire’s natural environmental assets and how the Council can help protect and enhance them for the benefit of people and biodiversity.

We all have a responsibility to do what we can to tackle this global problem, and your support on a local level will be vital, so please do get involved!    Many thanks for your help,